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The Brotherly Leader, Faatrik bin Samporna (2019-)

Faatrik bin Samporna

Portrait of the Brotherly Leader

Leader of Samporna

In office:

Preceded by: Biru bin Rajah

President of the Sampornese Green Party

In office:

Preceded by: Linda binti Elyas
Succeeded by: Position abolished

Personal Details


March 29,1991 (age 28)
Kalambagohan, Republik of Samporna



Political Party:

None(Formerly Green Party)


Hasna bin Sultan[Divorced], Dania bin Nagi[Divorced], Lina bin Saab


Maya(estranged daughter w/ Hasna), Deris(estranged son w/ Hasna), Sayang(estranged daughter w/ Hasna), Delima(estranged daughter w/ Hasna), Tempawi(estranged son w/ Dania)


University of Samporna
- Degree in Political Science




"Be you prince or peasant, worker or manager, politician or janitor; as long as you are countryman, you are my equal in the light of God."
- Faatrik bin Samporna

Passionate and idealistic hero to some, and a radical hypocritical dictator to others; Yuhanna Faatrik bin Samporna, more commonly known as Prince Faatrik; was a Sampornese revolutionary, prince, and politician. He is the current leader of the Jamahiriya of Samporna. He is a believer in the Third International Theory of Mummar Gaddafi.

Early Life

Yuhanna Faatrik bin Samporna was born in Kalambagohan(Cagayan de Oro), a city in Northern Mindanao within the Lanao territory, Samporna. His family was a branch of the former royal family of the Sultanate of Samporna, which had been abolished by Iskandar bin Al-Amir in 1958. His mother was a half-Chinese named Min and his father, Faatrik Muhammad bin Samporna. He had two brothers; one with his father's first wife, and a younger one with Min.

Rise in Politics

In an attempt to regain his place alongside the Sampornese Aristocracy, Faatrik had originally joined the Sampornese Traditional Party as a youth; and sympathized with the Sampornese Royal Army. He was then, a rampant political activist; speaking against the government and holding rallies whenever he could.

However, as he grew older; his ideology began to shift. By the time he got his political science degree in university; he had been a follower of the Third International Theory, as detailed in Muammar Gaddafi's "The Green Book".

Faatrik had joined the Sampornese National Army, rising to the rank of Colonel; as he fought the aristocrats in the Sampornese Royal Army, gaining countless medals for bravery and honor. He spent much of his time in political activism, distributing Muammar Gaddafi's "The Green Book" among the Sampornese youth; as well as holding rallies against both capitalists and communists, and most especially imperialists. As he also spent amounts of money towards very generous Zakat, he had gained a popular cult of personality among the Sampornese poor and youth.

While he was a staunch believer against parliamentary politics and political parties, he had joined the Sampornese Green Party; the only Gaddafist party in Samporna. Over the course of several years, he rose past its ranks to become the youngest chairman it had ever had.

When the Sampornese Green Party gained power in Sulu, Faatrik was able to test out the political system of his ideology on a regional scale. He established BPCs all across the state of Sulu, from Sabah to Palawan; of which any adult had the right and duty to participate in so that their ideas may be delegated to the Sampornese Green Party to bring into light in parliament. Socialist policies were also implemented in Sulu, reducing living costs exponentially.


Yuhanna Faatrik bin Samporna rose to the leadership of the nation following a coup against Biru bin Rajah in February 2019; with popular support from youth and poor, as well as some portion of the military. Similar to Gaddafi, he adopted no official title other than "leader", and was also unofficially known as the "Brotherly Leader of Samporna" as well as the "Second Guide of the Green Revolution"(the first one being Muammar Gaddafi himself.) Many of his policies were influenced by or directly copied from Gaddafi himself, which had proven effective for Samporna.


  • Direct Democracy
    Leaders were directly elected by the people rather than an elected parliament. Laws were also voted upon by the people. Political parties were disbanded in favor of direct democracy. The establishment of BPCs or Basic People's Congresses were local congresses of which every adult had the right and duty to participate in, whose decisions were passed up to the leadership for consideration and implementation as national policy were also in contribution to this.

  • Public Ownership of Media
    Press and printing were public ownership of the people.

  • Shariah Law
    Domestic law is governed by a Shariah Court.

  • Workplace Democracy
    Democracy in all its forms is also applied to the workplace.

  • Single Dwellings
    Ownership of more than one dwelling place is forbidden.

  • People's Supermarkets
    Retail and wholesale trading operations were replaced by state-owned "people's supermarkets", where Sampornese in theory could purchase whatever they needed at low prices.

  • Right to Housing
    Every Sampornese had the right to housing and was assigned a dwelling place by the government, of which was not taxed.

  • Right to Education
    All education was made available and free of charge to every Sampornese.

  • Right to Energy
    Sampornese could freely use energy free of charge.

  • Right to Transportation
    All public transport was made available to Sampornese without a vehicle, and 50% of the prices of private vehicles were paid for by the government.

  • Maternity Leave
    Women are given paid leave for six months to take care of newborn children.

  • Wedding Gift
    Newlywed couples are given 50,000 USD worth of JSD.

  • Parental Gift
    Families are given 5,000 USD worth of JSD for each child born.

For & Against

  • For: Islam, Shariah Law, Third International Theory, Direct Democracy, Nationalism, Socialism

  • Against: Monarchism, Nepotism, Aristocracy, Parliamentary Democracy, Capitalism, Communism, Imperialism

Personal Information

PUT The Brotherly Leader has been married thrice, and divorced twice. Both his first and second wives have custody over their children. Faatrik enjoys tea, swordsmanship, poetry, art, and literature; along with his third wife Lina. He is estranged from much of the Royal House of Samporna.

Personal Trivia

  • Faatrik despite being born of the former royal family, has a certain disdain for monarchies.

  • Faatrik was formerly a monarchist, but became a Gaddafist after reading the Green Book.

  • Karen took the kids.

  • Whether you think Faatrik is a passionate idealist or a radical hypocrite, we can all agree; he's a pretty "rad" guy.

  • This man lost all chance of regaining custody of the kids from his ex-wives when he enforced Shariah Law.


“Hasna and Dania took the kids.”

“I will die before I let the imperialist or the globalist take my country.”

“I may be RAD, but I am also SAD.”

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